After winning a third term as lieutenant governor, Peter Kinder pledges to move past a divided state government.
Wrap: Peter Kinder claimed victory Tuesday night over his Democratic opponent Susan Montee -- becoming only the second Missourian to serve three terms as lieutenant governor.
... This, from a candidate who was once thought to be the presumptive Republican front-runner for governor... before damaging media reports detailing his visits to a St. Louis strip club.
Kinder told supporters at his watch party he would work to overcome the divided state government of Republicans and Democrats.
Kinder indicated he would not seek reelection.
From St. Louis, I'm Elizabeth Hagedorn, Newsradio 1120 KMOX.